Copy / Paste provides an easy way to transfer information between different different GEDCOM projects.
Augean manages the dependencies during the transfer.
To copy from One GEDCOM project, and paste into another GEDCOM project.
Augean can have multiple projects open. But each project should be in a separate browser tab.
Use to open a new browser tab.
From the new tab, open the project.
Multiple projects open, each project is in a seperate browser tab (Click on the image to enlarge)
Slide Show page 1 / 4From the first project, open the GEDCOM tables.
GEDCOM ⟶ GEDCOM Tables ... From any table select Right Click ⟶ Export / Import ⟶ Copy Selected Rows
Copy all folks in the current search filter (Click on the image to enlarge)
Use a Search Filter then Right Click ⟶ Export / Import ⟶ Copy All to copy all GEDCOM items matching the search filter.
Slide Show page 2 / 4Open the GEDCOM project to paste into.
Switch to the target project using File ⟶ Switch Project ... Open the GEDCOM tables from the target project
From the table select Right Click ⟶ Export / Import ⟶ Paste
Paste the GEDCOM into the target project (Click on the image to enlarge)
Slide Show page 3 / 4The import dialog shows GEDCOM to be imported.
The import dialog appears showing the GEDCOM to be imported
The GEDCOM import dialog shows the GEDCOM to be imported (Click on the image to enlarge)
A dependency is any other GEDCOM object referenced from the current GEDCOM Object, these may be FAMILY, SOURCE, NOTE or MEDIA.
For each GEDCOM item being imported the dependencies are listed.
Select the checkbox to include the dependency in the import.
As more dependencies are added, the import list will increase.
Press to refresh the list.
References to dependencies not included in the import will be removed.
Accept the import using
Slide Show page 4 / 4Imported GEDCOM (and dependencies) in the target project.
The GEDCOM is pasted into the target project.
Target GEDCOM after the import (Click on the image to enlarge)
The media is also copied during the import.
Use Reports ⟶ Media Report ... to move the media into the MEDIA_DIRECTORY after import.